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macReports Comment Policy details:
- Comment Name / Comment Title / Commenter: Keywords may not be inserted into the name field. Full names or nicknames must be used for commenting. Comments with names that are false, but significant, usernames such as “A1 Web Design,” will be flagged as SPAM and deleted.
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- Commenting Etiquette: English is the language used to write the blog and so comments must also be written in English. macReports is a “family-friendly” website and comments that are considered to include offensive or inappropriate language will be edited or deleted. macReports is determined to be an exemplary and friendly community.
- Add Value: A comment may be edited, moved, or deleted if: it does not provide additional depth or information to the theme of the conversation; it attempts to divert the conversation on a tangential path; or if it appears to fatally end the conversation.
- Link Controls: macReports greatly respects the usefulness of all forms of resources but must prioritize quality assurance and the reduction of spam; towards this end, users are asked to limit links published within comments to no more than two links per comment. Comments containing more than two links will be flagged for further review. PLEASE DO NOT include a backlink to your site within your signature – these will invariably be removed.
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- All Rights Reserved: The macReports team reserves the right to edit, delete, move, or mark as spam any and all comments. The right to censor or restrict certain users, be they an individual or a group, from publishing comments is also reserved.
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